|Secretary||Office||President served under||Year(s) served||Notes|
|Thomas Jefferson||Secretary of State||George Washington||1790–1793|
|James Madison||Secretary of State||Thomas Jefferson||1801–1809|
|James Monroe||Secretary of State||James Madison||1811–1814|
|Secretary of War||1814–1815|
|Secretary of State||1815–1817|
|John Quincy Adams||Secretary of State||James Monroe||1817–1825|
|Martin Van Buren||Secretary of State||Andrew Jackson||1829–1831|
|James Buchanan||Secretary of State||James K. Polk||1845–1849|
|William Howard Taft||Secretary of War||Theodore Roosevelt||1904–1908|
|Herbert Hoover||Secretary of Commerce||Warren G. Harding||1921–1928|
John Adams (as Vice President) and Thomas Jefferson both served in the Cabinet of George Washington.
Both Theodore (from 1897–1898) and Franklin D. Roosevelt (from 1913–1920) served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy under Presidents McKinley and Wilson, respectively. William Howard Taft served as Solicitor General from 1890 to 1892 under President Harrison.
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